Block size: 703 m² approx.House size: 167 m² approx.UV: $1,109,000 (2019)
Exclusively located within the tranquil Bailey Place' this three-bedroom home offers the ideal and most sought-after position which could not be better, with views directly to Black Mountain Telstra Tower and just a short stroll to Lake Burley Griffin and spacious parkland.
The well-maintained home is set on a 703sqm block and offers vast potential; being ideal to live in now as it is, renovate or build your dream home within a tightly held and desirable position. There is a generous sized open kitchen/meals/family area and separate living space. The bedrooms are of good size with built in robes.
Outdoors is well cared for, with an expansive rear garden, a covered rear deck, garage for up to four cars and storage areas. You will find quality schools, local shops, and all of the fabulous local parks a few minutes' walk from the front door. It is also very conveniently situated just a short stroll from the Royal Canberra Golf Club and the waterfront walks around Lake Burley Griffin.
Features: • Three bedrooms with built in robes • North to the rear • Well maintained throughout • Spacious open kitchen/meals/family • Spacious living room • Gas cooktop • Gas fireplace • Ducted gas heating • Ducted evaporative cooling • Undercover outdoor entertaining area • Garage (up to 4 cars) • Walk to the local Yarralumla shops whilst being just a short drive to the city • Close to the Yarralumla dog park, Royal Canberra Golf course, Yarralumla nursery, Yarralumla Yacht club and parkland
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